SLEEPING DOG brand leather SINGLE magazine case with retention: Flap with snap keeps the magazine securely in place.
9mm /.40, .45 cal versions:
- Dual snap caps on the retention flap accommodate long or short magazines
- Metal clip on the back fits belts up to 1 3/4" wide
- 9mm /.40 cal version is also available with belt loop on the back (fits beltsup to 2 1/2" wide), select from the list below
.380 / .32 cal versions:
- Single snap cap on the retention flap
- Metal clip on the back (no belt loop design)
- Clips on belts up to 1 3/4" wide
Please select Color, Size, Design (Clip vs. Belt Loop) below:
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All ready had the 9/40 mm version now have the 380 also
Fits the magazine perfectly for my P365XL magazines. So much so, that I ordered and additional single and a double.
The single pouch magazine carrier is a perfect fit for the .380 RIA Baby Rock and 1911-.380 Browning magazines. To me, the value to cost of this product is a no brainer. Thanks to y'all for providing a functional, attractive pouch at a fair price.
pretty tight fit on my glock 19 mags, will be oiling it up and letting it sit with the mag to form. like the two snaps for bigger mags shiuld i use them. great value, wish the leather belt loop part was thicker and little wider.
Matched my holster perfectly and was just what I was looking for. Price great and received it immediately. Will be coming back for my next purchase.
Spent a lot of time looking for the perfect mag pouch for my LCP magazine. I wanted a clip-on type to add to my duty belt (I carry the LCP as a BUG). This brand was the perfect match. Now I find myself pulling it off of my duty belt and using for off-duty carry also. Well made and a quality product.
It's a great pouch. When I received this single small (.380) mag pouch it needed some adjustments. It was slightly too small to fit my RM 380 mag. I went to work to remedy this by first running warm water in it for about 30 seconds. After this I got out a hair dryer and fanned the pouch for a bit to warm the leather and cause it to relax more. I wrapped a very thin sock around the mag, and then put this into a sandwich bag. Now I shoved the whole thing into the mag pouch (it took some effort). Then I fanned the pouch with a hair dryer for a few minutes to warm it and cause it to relax more. This also helped to speed the drying a bit. After this I left it for a day. The next day I pulling the mag, sock, sandwich bag, out of the dried pouch I then reinserted the mag (without the wrappings) into the pouch and couldn't believe the fit. It was perfect! Using this technique this pouch can be modified with little effort to receive single stack 9mm mags. The snap for the pouch is a little cumbersome if you use the top snap on the pouch body. The bottom receiver is in the way for a fast draw of the mag. It would be a better idea to, instead of putting two receiver snaps on the pouch body, put two snaps on the pouch flap and only one receiver snap on the pouch body.
Just the right configuration. I actually clip the magazine carrier to the inside of a concealment shirt pocket.
Have one for my sig 45 very good case